A cookie, or data storage and retrieval device, is a file sent by a website to a user’s browser and automatically stored on the user’s terminal so that the website in question can consult the user’s previous activity and “recognise” the user.
Cookies can remember other types of personal information, such as a user’s password, so that they do not have to re-enter it each time they visit the same website, or their preferences in terms of website settings.
Cookies are essential to the functioning of the Internet, since they bring countless advantages in the provision of interactive services, facilitating navigation and usability of the web. Cookies cannot harm your computer, and having them enabled helps to identify and resolve errors.
Cookies used on our website:
Session cookies: These are a type of cookie designed to capture and store data while the user accesses a web page and expire when the session ends. The information obtained through these cookies is used to analyse web traffic patterns. In the long run, this makes it possible to provide a better experience in order to improve the content and facilitate its use.
Analytical cookies: These are cookies that allow the responsible party to monitor and analyse the behaviour of the users of the websites to which they are linked.
This website uses analytical cookies to ensure a better experience.
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Subject: Google Analytics. The cookie generates a unique user ID that records the date, the first time the user visits the website. It is used to count the user’s visits to the website. Duration
_utmb: Google Analytics. To know how long the user stays on the page. It expires 30 minutes after the last update. It is deleted when changing the website or closing the browser.
utmc: Google Analytics. To know how long the user visits the website where the urchin.js tracking code is installed. It expires when the browser is closed.
_utmz: Google Analytics. Stores the origin of the visitor and the access that has followed. Whether using links or Adwords. It expires after 6 months. The cookie is updated each time the website is accessed.
All Internet browsers allow you to limit the behaviour of a cookie or deactivate them within the configuration or options of the browser. The steps to do this are different for each browser. You can find the instructions in the browser’s help menu.
Similarly, the user can activate, depending on the browser used, any of the following options to limit the scope of the cookies installed or their operation. Private browsing, your browser no longer saves your browsing history, website passwords and cookies.
Depending on the browser, the private mode may have different names. Below you can find a list of the most common browsers with a link to the cookie settings and the different names of this “private mode”:
Internet Explorer 8 and higher; InPrivate
Safari 2 and above; Private Browsing
Opera 10.5 and above; Private Browsing
FireFox 3.5 and above; Private Browsing
Google Chrome 10 and above; Incognito